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SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES
Office of Admissions Advisement 

 

Students in WSU’s School of Radiologic Sciences become experts in producing medical images through ionizing radiation, sound waves or magnetic fields to diagnose and treat patients. As a Radiologic sciences major, you’ll gain clinical experience and learn the skills you need to earn your certification and move up the career ladder.

 


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don't delay your Math & English requirements, know where to start today  


  • Placement Information


    Math and English general education requirements are often delayed by students and can postpone your graduation! 

    Don't delay, and get this done. Watch our Math and English video and learn more about where to start. 

    More information about Math and English requirements can be found by visiting weber.edu/placement.
     

     


     

  • Math & English Video



ADMISSIONS PROCESS

 

please thoroughly review the following resources before scheduling an advisement appointment  


  • Applicant Checklist 


    Our applicant checklist reviews each step you need to take to be a successful candidate for this program. This checklist is crucial! Always refer first to your program checklist when choosing general education courses. Many of your program prerequisites also count as general education requirements.

    Please review the checklist closely and come prepared with questions. We are happy to help! 
     



     

  • Admissions Video


  • Resources


    Don't cut yourself short, review our additional resources and map out your educational path!

    Choose Your Math & English Path 

    • Begin with math and English courses your first semester and continue each semester until the general education requirement is complete. You can find your math and English placements in CatTracks.
    • For placement testing, visit weber.edu/placement

     

    Balance = Success 

    • Taking more than two science courses (math included) in a semester may be overwhelming. Balance your course load with general education requirements.
    • Medical Terminology (HTHS 1101) is highly recommended before your first course in anatomy and physiology. 
    • Know the difference—Health Sciences vs. Zoology Anatomy & Physiology

     

    Your Focus

    • The Radiologic programs are highly competitive. On average, students accepted to the program have a 3.5 overall GPA and earned a 'A' or 'A-' in their anatomy and physiology courses.

     

  • Academic Plan (suggested)


    First Semester 

    • Math (see placement in CatTracks)
    • English (see placement in CatTracks)
    • HTHS 1101: Medical Terminology (2)
    • Choose 1
      • PSY 1010: Introductory Psychology (3)
      • COMM 1020: Principles of Public Speaking (3)
        or COMM 2110: Interpersonal and Small Group Communication (3)
    • LIBS 1704: Information Literacy (1)
      or LIBS 2904: Information Resources in the Health Professions (1)
      or LIBS 1504: Information Literacy Competency Exam (1)


    Second Semester

    • Math (next class on path to QL)
    • English (next class on path to ENGL 2010)
    • HTHS 1110 LS: Integrated Anatomy & Physiology I
      or ZOOL 2100: Human Anatomy (4)
    • Choose 1
      • PSY 1010: Introductory Psychology (3)
      • COMM 1020: Principles of Public Speaking (3)
        or COMM 2110: Interpersonal and Small Group Communication (3)


    Note
    —if math and English are complete, replace with other general education requirements found in your CatTracks.

  • How to Apply


    To apply to our Radiologic Sciences programs, please visit the School of Radiologic Sciences.
     

    Certificate Program

    • Limited Practical Technologist (LPT)

     

    Associate Program

    • Associate of Applied Science in Radiography

     

    Bachelor Program

    • Bachelor of Science, diciplines include:
      • Advanced Radiologic Sciences
      • Cardiovascular-Interventional Technology (CIT)
      • Computed Tomography (CT)
      • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
      • CT/MRI Combination
      • Nuclear Medicine
      • Radiation Therapy
      • Women's Imaging (Bone, Densitometry, Breast Sonography, and Mammography)
      • Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Cardiac, Medical, and Vascular)

    Graduate Program

    • Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences, emphases programs include:
      • Cardiac Specialist
      • Innovation and Improvement
      • Radiologist Assistant (RA)

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